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What are records?

Records are just like your lines of your spreadsheet. They are a group of data entries in your table. For example, the record of a client can be: name, age, company, email.

What's an action?

Actions are interactions in jestor for adding data or shaping your software. For example, creating dashboards, tables, graphics and others. It measures the actual usage of the software.

Are actions cumulative?

No. If you don't use the actions you have available, you cannot use the remainder next month.

What are tables and kanbans?

Tables are just like your old friend spreadsheet, but better. You can have a richer set of field types like file attachments, lists, links, checkbox, dates and more. Kanban view is a way to analyze your data as a workflow.

What's a Access user?

Access user allows you to add users that are not part of your company. You can add clients, suppliers and others. The other user's type (not Access) must be from your organization/company.

What's a trick?

Tricks are no-code automations inside jestor. You can create rules with ”when this / do that” format. For example, when a new deal is closed, send a Slack message to the sales channel.

What are API calls?

API calls are interactions of jestor's API from an external source (not jestor.com or jestor.com.br).

What is a white label jestor?

The “white label” version of jestor is available for Access users only. You can put your company's logo on the center of the superior bar and choose your jestor's color. The ”white label users” cannot build their jestor, only use it as you've built it for them.

What are templates?

Templates give you a head start. They are ready-to-go solutions already built for a specific problem or industry. For example, you can use a CRM or Product Building template.

What's a form?

A form is an easy way to collect data from your clients, suppliers and more. It allows anyone to fill out information inside your jestor without having access to your data.

What's a file or attachment?

An attachment is any format of file that you store inside jestor. It can be videos, pictures, PDFs, and others.

What's permissioning?

Permissioning is a group of rules to control access to your jestor. You can choose who can view, edit, read any of your tables and specific data. It's also possible to add rules by code.

Apps are solutions built inside jestor combing external services. It can be something like Slack, Shopify, Excel or some Apps built only for jestor.

What's an integration?

Integrations are any type of communication with your jestor. You can use jestor API or built in integrations to connect you jestor with external data and commands.

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